|Title||:||cbs radio workshop (32) colloquy #3 a study of satire|
|Plot||:||+ Stan explains the art of satire to a skeptical censor and illustrates the explanation with his own recordings. Don’t miss this one, No.6 in the series. With the usual crowd, Stan Freberg, Billy May and his orchestra, Peggy Taylor, Peter Leeds and amongst others taking part is a guy from “The Citizens Radio Committee.” A Mr. Tweedly, who just happens to be a censor. This is the program where that Showboat classic “Old Man River” gets torn apart and restructured, finally emerging as “Elderly Man River” there’s also a sketch on “Dirty Linen from the History Hamper” with Robert E. Tainter. You could say it’s all good clean stuff. What is satire? How does it differ from wit, from humor, from criticism? Is it all of these or none of these? To help us answer this question the CBS Radio Workshop is proud to present one of the most penetrating young satirists of the time, the Capitol recording star Stan Freberg.|
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